Review: Sator (Brooklyn Horror Film Festival) [-FILM-]

Sator…Director: Jordan GrahamWriter: Jordan GrahamStars: Michael Daniel, Rachel Johnson, Aurora Lowe, Gabriel Nicholson, June PetersonReviewJordan Graham took about five years to put together Sator and it was worth the wait. An unsettling, sad and personal story, Graham has created a film that won't be for everyone but that no one can take away how well... Continue Reading →

Something Lurks Next-Door in Chilling Clip From Horror-Thriller Spiral – U.S. Premiere @ Brooklyn Horror Film Festival [-NEWS-]

Spiral... SPIRAL will have its U.S. Premiere at the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival October 22nd, following a celebrated World Premiere at London’s FrightFest this past Summer.Check out the clip here -  Set in the 90s - Malik and Aaron, a same-sex couple struggle to raise their sixteen-year-old daughter Kayla after moving to a small town... Continue Reading →

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces Full 2019 Program [-NEWS-]

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival...Featuring the World Premiere making-of DEPRAVED doc with special guest Larry Fessenden, Joe Begos’ gory Fangoria-produced VFW on closing night, and expanded Slayed! Queer focused section  Plus our popular Home Invasion program— now bigger than ever before — and more exciting premieres and breakout shorts!  Festival badges are on sale now!  Individual... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Cam

@lcfremont reviews...Director: Daniel GoldhaberWriters: Isa MazzeiStars: Madeline Brewer, Patch Darragh, Melora WaltersReviewCAM will be gracing the netflix screens and limited cinemas on November 16 and quite simply it is not to be missed. A psychological thriller in the vein of Alfred Hitchcock, CAM trains it’s uniquely insightful eye on the world of cam girls. Oftentimes, sex workers... Continue Reading →

The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Announces 2018 Awards

The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival...The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is thrilled to announce our 2018 award winners, following our biggest year yet. The third edition stretched from October 11th to the 18th (more days than ever!) and packed in over 30 features, six uniquely curated short blocks, and special events across multiple Brooklyn venues.The festival... Continue Reading →

Film Review: The Cannibal Club @ The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

@lcfremont reviews...Director: Guto ParenteWriter: Guto Parente Stars: Tavinho Teixeira, Ana Luiza Rios, Pedro DominguesReviewHorror and satire can be such wonderful bedfellows and this is on brilliant display in The Cannibal Club. With it’s North American premiere at the 2018 Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, writer/director Guto Parente’s send up of classism is brutal, bloody and clever.Otavio... Continue Reading →

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